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Impact on procurement and training by research on the interaction design of medical devices

Paul Lee, Laura Meagher, Paul Curzon
2015 Proceedings of the 5th EAI International Conference on Wireless Mobile Communication and Healthcare - "Transforming healthcare through innovations in mobile and wireless technologies"  
CHI+MED is concerned with interaction design and the safety of medical devices.  ...  Our research is also the basis of a new approach to evidence-based procurement based on proactively analysing error logs of existing devices.  ...  INTRODUCTION CHI+MED is is a UK research project investigating how interaction design can help prevent operator error in the use of medical devices of all kinds.  ... 
doi:10.4108/eai.14-10-2015.2261766 dblp:journals/eetcc/LeeMC16 fatcat:nl2zfxj2l5ek3bhun5fyqjuic4

Designing and Integrating Clinical and Computer-based Simulations in Health Informatics: From Real-World to Virtual Reality [chapter]

Elizabeth Borycki, Andre Kushniruk, James Anderson, Marilyn Anderso
2010 Modeling Simulation and Optimization - Focus on Applications  
This information can be used for assessing potential impact of systems (as well as specific user interface features and their impact on error rates). www.intechopen.com Future Research Health Informatics  ...  interface design and (b) medication errors.  ... 
doi:10.5772/8962 fatcat:vi376qf6dngynflqkv5uxh256u

Methods for medical device and equipment procurement and prioritization within low- and middle-income countries: findings of a systematic literature review

Karin Diaconu, Yen-Fu Chen, Carole Cummins, Gabriela Jimenez Moyao, Semira Manaseki-Holland, Richard Lilford
2017 Globalization and Health  
Conclusion: Suboptimal device use is directly linked to incomplete costing and inadequate consideration of maintenance services and user training during procurement planning.  ...  Undiscerning procurement processes are at the heart of this issue.  ...  Funding This study was supported by the EPSRC Multidisciplinary Assessment of Technology Centre for Healthcare (MATCH) programme (EPSRC Grant GR/ S29874/01).  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12992-017-0280-2 pmid:28821280 pmcid:PMC5563028 fatcat:lmqugskz2zcoxkkrdb3xduqhpm

Methods to Assess the Safety of Health Information Systems

Elizabeth Borycki, Elizabeth Keay
2010 Healthcare Quarterly  
Research has shown that the introduction of health information systems (HISs) can reduce the likelihood of medical errors.  ...  However, there is a growing body of evidence that suggests that if it is not designed or implemented properly, a HIS can actually cause or induce health professionals to make medical errors (i.e., technology-induced  ...  The methods are discussed in terms of a continuum that can be used by healthcare administrators from HIS software development (testing software and devices during the software design, development, procurement  ... 
doi:10.12927/hcq.2010.21966 fatcat:r6wtsilkw5bdbpdwq53x2lw4tu

PVSio-web: mathematically based tool support for the design of interactive and interoperable medical systems

Paolo Masci, Patrick Oladimeji, Piergiuseppe Mallozzi, Paul Curzon, Harold Thimbleby
2015 Proceedings of the 5th EAI International Conference on Wireless Mobile Communication and Healthcare - "Transforming healthcare through innovations in mobile and wireless technologies"  
We have developed a prototyping tool, PVSio-web, to help check the safety of medical device interface and interaction design.  ...  Working with the US regulator, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), our tool has helped identify problems in a series of commercial medical devices.  ...  We have focussed on extending such techniques to the interaction and interface design of medical devices, and have developed a tool, PVSio-web [10] that supports this process.  ... 
doi:10.4108/eai.14-10-2015.2261720 dblp:journals/eetcc/MasciOMCT16 fatcat:obyf3ifpgfgz7gyg5omqnpiroi

Safer Interactive Medical Device Design: Insights from the CHI+MED Project

Paul Curzon, Ann Blandford, Harold Thimbleby, Anna Cox
2015 Proceedings of the 5th EAI International Conference on Wireless Mobile Communication and Healthcare - "Transforming healthcare through innovations in mobile and wireless technologies"  
We give insights from the research on the CHI+MED project (www.chi-med.ac.uk). It has focussed on understanding how the design of interactive medical devices can support safety.  ...  Safety factors are more important as medical devices become mobile and are used by patients as part of their everyday life rather than by trained professionals in well-defined hospital environments.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work was funded by EPSRC (EP/G059063/1). It was conducted by a team of over 30 people (see www.chi-med.ac.uk/).  ... 
doi:10.4108/eai.14-10-2015.2261752 dblp:journals/sesa/CurzonBTC16 fatcat:vqpn2yfamze27dwlxq6tstm2ny

Roadmap for Design of Surgical Equipment for Safe Surgery Worldwide

R.M. Oosting, J. Dankelman, L.S.G.L. Wauben, J. Madete, R.S. Groen
2018 2018 IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC)  
During Phase 1 the context should be researched thoroughly by determining the barriers encountered by patients to surgical care, the structure of the health care system and if the aspects required for  ...  Currently, almost all equipment is designed and manufactured with a main focus on the context in high income countries.  ...  Biomedical engineers and medical device companies can have a larger impact by playing a more participative role in the context of global surgery.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ghtc.2018.8601913 dblp:conf/ghtc/OostingDWMG18 fatcat:k2twqwluyrfrrf64r5d5sacpky

Integrating the Electronic Health Record into Education: Models, Issues and Considerations for Training Biomedical Engineers [chapter]

Elizabeth Borycki, Andre Kushniruk, Mu-Hsing Kuo, Brian Armstrong
2011 Advanced Biomedical Engineering  
Our recent work in the area of health IT and health professional educational curricula (including medicine, nursing and health informatics) has revealed that typical educational programs (e.g. health informatics  ...  EHRs, tools and problems).  ...  to deal with the design, implementation and customization of EHRs and medical devices in hospital settings.  ... 
doi:10.5772/19583 fatcat:eeov6rlgxbbo7gwcqucmenr2qi

Examining the Factors Influencing Orthopedic Physician's Decision to Purchase Medical Devices: Evidence from Kuwait

Mohamed Gendia, Hamed M Shamma
2022 Medical Devices : Evidence and Research  
It is explanatory and descriptive research to explain the relationship among factors influencing the orthopedic physician's decision of purchasing medical devices and equipment.  ...  Thus, one of the goals of this research is to give M&S departments in medical devices companies with recommendations that will help them in forming attractive product offers to orthopedic physicians in  ...  , which will require procurement of new medical devices and equipment.  ... 
doi:10.2147/mder.s343591 pmid:35256865 pmcid:PMC8898043 fatcat:4m65takjq5djpi4lufxxotqs34

Human-centered computing in health information systems

Jiajie Zhang
2005 Journal of Biomedical Informatics  
I would also like to give special thanks to Vimla Patel for her encouragement and support in producing both part of the special issue.  ...  Acknowledgments I thank all the reviewers for their comprehensive reviews.  ...  The current Part 2 of the special issue on evaluation and the earlier Part 1 on analysis and design are two collections of original research and method papers on human-centered computing in health information  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbi.2004.12.005 pmid:15896690 fatcat:6c2ca5bzofebzk6hvyn2ijrcni

HEALTH TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT METHODS GUIDELINES FOR MEDICAL DEVICES: HOW CAN WE ADDRESS THE GAPS? THE INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING PERSPECTIVE

Julie Polisena, Rossana Castaldo, Oriana Ciani, Carlo Federici, Simone Borsci, Matteo Ritrovato, Daniel Clark, Leandro Pecchia
2018 International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care  
Our study aims to: (i) review and identify gaps in the current HTA guidelines on medical devices, (ii) propose recommendations to optimize the impact of HTA for medical devices, and (iii) reach a consensus  ...  Some uncertainties remain about the methods to accurately assess the effectiveness and safety, and interoperability of a medical device with other devices or within the clinical setting.Conclusions:As  ...  Furthermore, a medical device can have numerous applications and a shorter lifecycle, and its effectiveness is impacted by the user interaction, setting, and the learning curve to operate it (27) (28)  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0266462318000314 pmid:29909792 fatcat:7b2xtkr6wbcmhhgyvbkkjmarym

Applied ergonomics: Determining user needs in medical device design

M.B. Privitera, M. Design, D.L. Murray
2009 2009 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society  
This paper describes methodology for determining user needs within the design process currently being used by the University of Cincinnati's Medical Device Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program.  ...  Specific tools for data gathering, analysis and synthesis towards determining design considerations, requirements and specifications are defined.  ...  thoughtful solutions, with positive impact on the design of the device.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iembs.2009.5333781 pmid:19964396 fatcat:p7jlkqrx7rgi3c7bhyonh5yoj4

Toward an Integrated Simulation Approach for Predicting and Preventing Technology-Induced Errors in Healthcare: Implications for Healthcare Decision-Makers

Elizabeth Borycki, Andre Kushniruk, Elizabeth Keay, James Nicoll, James Anderson, Marilyn Anderson
2009 Healthcare Quarterly  
Some of the earliest reports of such errors include those arising from the design of software and devices, software programming, and interactions between software, devices and their human operators (Borycki  ...  the impact of such errors at the departmental and organizational levels prior to systems development, procurement and implementation.  ... 
doi:10.12927/hcq.2009.20974 fatcat:gmblu7mc3jgubkr3wy2vpefpvq

Design of interactive medical devices: Feedback and its improvement

Yunqiu Li, Patrick Oladimeji, Carlos Monroy, Abigail Cauchi, Harold Thimbleby, Dominic Furniss, Chris Vincent, Ann Blandford
2011 2011 IEEE International Symposium on IT in Medicine and Education  
In this paper, we report current practice related to UCD (User Centred Design) in the context of medical device, focusing on end user feedback mechanisms deployed in pre-market and post-market phases of  ...  The design of medical devices directly affects the way healthcare practitioners carry out their daily tasks.  ...  Less formal mechanisms are deployed by medical device manufacturers involving the use of call centres and training staffs.  ... 
doi:10.1109/itime.2011.6132022 fatcat:cnrk4scinrfi5nj3ifz7kyihuq

Towards an Integrative Cognitive-Socio-Technical Approach in Health Informatics: Analyzing Technology-Induced Error Involving Health Information Systems to Improve Patient Safety

E. Borycki
2010 Open Medical Informatics Journal  
Implications of clinical simulations and analysis of cognitive-social-technical impacts are discussed within the context of the system development life cycle to improve health information system design  ...  Historically, health informatics research has examined the cognitive and sociotechnical aspects of health information systems separately.  ...  The trend continued to grow -health professionals were using HISs in ways that were not intended by the technology's designers nor by the organization's that procured, customized and implemented these  ... 
doi:10.2174/1876396001004010181 fatcat:g4zbot6ouvdcbekh4o2greecee
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